A rural Texan church promises a sizable portion of their funds to missionary projects in spite of the poor economic climate. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information Topics: church, stewardship
byDepartment of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures
Reel 1, maps show the origin and history of the American Indian. Modern Indians work in Wisconsin's lumber industry, keep watch for forest fires, and clear bushes in the forest. Includes a close-up of a Delaware Indian treaty. Reel 2, Chippewa Indians make fishnets. Indians work on roads with tractors, picks, and shovels, stand in line at a field kitchen, engage in native handicrafts, and spear salmon on the Columbia River. Pima Indians farm. Shows an Indian Emergency Conservation camp. Indian... Topics: Canning and preserving, Church buildings, Civilians, Colombia, Fishing, Highway construction,...
Category: Drive-In Movie Ads Title: Take Problems to Church (from Drive-In Movie Ads) Length- :28 Sound: Yes Black and White Description: Simple black and white animated musical with text persuading people with problems go to church and leave them there. This clip is from a compilation of drive-in intermission films found here on Internet Archives in the Drive-In Movie Ads section. Most are color but there are a few black & whites because of their quality or uniqueness. PLEASE NOTE: These... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: black white, drive-in, movie, ad, advertisement, animation, intermission, problems, church, religion